WSMV in Nashville has the story about how 31 teachers have left the Tennessee School for the Blind over the past two years. That’s a 50% turnover in teachers.
The WSMV story notes complaints from teachers and staff about leadership tactics at the school.
According to the report, state legislators are beginning to ask questions and may call a hearing on the issue.
The school, based in Nashville, educates blind children from all across Tennessee in grades K-12.
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